Foreign country in cool weather...Probably Paris, France or any English speaking country in the sixties. Busy part of town with lots of people gathering around in the plaza. People are dancing, playing band instruments, trombones and a flugel horn.
The dancer looks like she is in her forties or fifties. We notice a donkey pin on her sweater. A lot of the men are wearing strange uniforms.
The lady is getting all the attention she can get with her short skirt. She looks like her name might be Jolly Molly Hansel or Greta Hansel.
Could this be a festival like the Mardi Gras in New Orleans?
We see several different people behind the band. Like the boy on the left looks perturbed. He looks like a Toby. Next to him is a boy with a big smile, maybe his brother or a stranger, named Happy Henry!
Just above the shoulder of Happy Henry, incognito, could be Prince George.
The gentleman with the camera, with the bald head, is named Walter. There is a lady with blonde hair next to Walter. "The one peeping between them looks like me, Mary, so we'll name her Mary", said Mary.
On the bell of the tuba it says 72 STA.... We all had fun figuring out what that meant. The tuba player looks as if he is of Swanzuli ethnicity, so his name must be Otto. The guy on the left is Peter Piper and they are, no doubt, friends.
The man, Dancing Charlie, in front of Jolly Molly may be the director. They have drawn a large crowd like a "flash dance" crowd.
Jolly Molly is doing the twist and attracting all the people around her and the musicians.
What music are they playing? Must be Rock-a-Billy and Elvis tunes. We authors had to try out "Rock, Let's Rock, Everybody let's Rock!!
After the show, they have a night show.
We wondered why they do these flash mobs.
We named the band the Hurley-Gurley Group Band.
We can almost smell the polish hot dogs and other good food in this happening plaza.